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By James Edgar Cooper
Have you ever had those feelings, that urge to just pack your bags and explore more of this wondrous world? Have you ever wanted to leave this rat-race behind for a while and travel and explore places you'd never explored before, even knew existed? Well I've had a burning desire to travel for a...
By James Daniels
Inter-planetary races have been trading goods and living by the rules of each autonomous system for centuries. The more things advanced the more human type beings began to desire more simple and traditional lifestyles. Some human types began to transcend the use of a physical body. Some began to...
By Eddie C Morton
Welcome back to the Streets of Lechugaville and the heroic tales of the men and women of Lechugaville P.D. Introducing Peaches a La Mode, wounded and disabled USMC combat veteran and retiree, letting his inner woman out in the Streets of Lechugaville doing what he does best and enjoys...
What happens when the city goes to bed, and you can live inside your head?
The brain is a malleable, transformable and improved body. We must escape the routine to provide new stimuli to the brain so that it faces different challenges to develop those aspects that may be more dormant. Neuroplasticity is learning new, complex, difficult tasks because that is what...
Sixteen year old Kyle Martin has something to say...
And he thinks that everyone should hear what he has to say.
This is a small poem that I thought up one day. It's a kind of philosophy, I suppose. I know that it starts a bit childish, but keep reading. It gets better as you go, I promise.;D I hope you all enjoy it.
By Ice Winifr3d
This is actually a book of lyrics that I've written myself. I'm not sure if I'll ever make them into actual music, but it's good to have them around, you know? Anyways, here you go. A possibly-in-the-future album. Hope you guys like. -IceWinifredd.
In this short poetry piece, I talk about the everlasting struggle of finding & keeping faith, happiness, and inner peace.
I have something to say and I hope this reach as many humanoids as possible on this planet. Because the planet is dying along with the humanity.
Most of the people lose their battle against themselves, the most important battle you have to fight your whole life. As you know if there is no enemy...
Contemplating one's turmoil over a coffee break
Poetry | Updated Nov 11, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Someone at their wits end sitting at the bar mumbling softly.
Poetry | Updated Nov 11, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Rosie Poole
Chains of past wrongs hold us down but there is salvation. Conflict of light and dark.
Poetry | Updated Oct 16, 2014 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
Just a small romance story that came into my mind. I didn't really thought much about it neither did I check it so it might seem a bit "off" and have many grammatical errors. At first I thought of not posting it but then I thought, " heck just post it!". Hope anyone who reads it will enjoy it...
Short 'dark' something again. I am not entirely happy with it but I figured it won't hurt to upload it anyways.